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December

17 December: Caffeine Extraction Worksop, Open Laboratory Program, Bristol ChemLabS

33 Year 12 students from Castle School (Thornbury, S. Gloucs) extracted caffeine from tea leaves during the morning and attended talks and lectures during the afternoon. Thomas Farrugia gave a talk on his research related to protein structure and catalysis. Tim Harrison finished the visit with a demonstration lecture on ‘Gases in the Air’.

The Postgraduate Chemists assisting the students were James Fothergill, Angel Sanchez, Benoit Quignon and Amir Kaspar.

11 December: SIAS Visit, Sir Bernard Lovell School, Oldland common, South Gloucs

Bristol Chemists Richard Booth and IkyeNdukwe gave two Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) presentations to around 24 Year 12 students at this newly opened college. For more information about the Royal Society of Chemistry’s (RSC) SIAS project please visit the project website here. For more information about the Royal Society of Chemistry’s (RSC) SIAS project please visit the project website here.

10 December: Benzocaine Synthesis Workshop, Open Laboratories Morning, Bristol ChemLabS, Bristol University

16 Post 16 students St John Marlborough School (Wilts) and 12 from Rednock School (Gloucs) spent the day at Bristol ChemLabS. They synthesised an anaesthetic in the morning and had talks and demonstrations in the afternoon. Tim Harrison gave a lecture demonstration and Steven Street spoke about his research in drugs synthesis.

The demonstrators assisting the students were: Matt Robinson, Amir Kaspar and Richard Booth.

08 December: Lecture Demonstration, The Park Community College, Barnstaple, Devon

Tim Harrison gave a performance of ‘Gases in the Air’ to 250 students in Years 7-9 at this Devonian state school.

This visit was jointly sponsored by a small outreach grant from the Royal Society of Chemistry and a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol.

04 December: Physics Club Visit, St Brendan’s Sixth Form College, Bristol

Tim Harrison paid a visit to an after school science club to demonstrate liquid nitrogen and dry ice properties to a small group of Post 16 students and staff so that the students could use dry ice and liquid nitrogen in their Gold CREST awards via projects considering cloud chambers and super conductivity.

Whilst there Tim Harrison gave an impromptu talk on university interviews to a class of 16 A level chemists.

03 December: Christmas Schools’ Chemistry Conference, Bristol ChemLabS

The annual afternoon of chemistry talks and lecture demonstrations aimed at Year 10 students upwards saw 225 students and teachers from 14 schools enjoy an afternoon of talks and demonstrations.

Duncan Wass, Professor of Catalysis (Bristol) presented ‘Catalysts and the Future of the Chemical Industry’, Tim Harrison (Bristol) talked on ‘Fragrance Chemistry’ and Nick Barker (Warwick) performed a lecture demonstration, aided by Tim Harrison, entitled ‘Explosions, nappies and frozen fruit: the wonderful world of chemistry’. Being a Christmas lecture there was a break for refreshments and mince pies!

The schools attending were: Chew Valley School. Kingswood School (Somerset), Ivybridge Community College (Devon) and Exeter School (Devon), Rednock School (Gloucs) and Sir John Colefox School (Dorset).

Additionally 24 Post 16 students from several schools in the greater Bristol area on the Access to Bristol Science Stream course spent their second afternoon in the School of Chemistry at the Schools’ Chemistry Christmas Conference.

‘…many thanks for another excellent afternoon yesterday. I don't think we can overestimate the importance of that first visit to a university for the Year 12s.’ Teacher, Chew Valley School.

The event was subsidised by the Bristol and District Branch of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

03 December: Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS, University of Bristol

23 Year 12 Chemists from Kingswood School, (Bath), 7 Year 12 Chemists from Exeter School (Devon) and 15 Year 11 students from Ivybridge Community College (Devon) spent the morning visiting the School of Chemistry. Kingswood School and Ivybridge Community College were each making their annual visit to Bristol ChemLabS. The students extracted caffeine from tea in the morning and enjoyed the Christmas Schools’ Chemistry Conference of talks and lecture demonstrations in the afternoon.

The students were aided in their practical work by Postgraduate Chemists Esther Townsend, Benoit Quignon, Amir Kaspar, and Ash Griffin.

02 December: ‘Spectroscopy in a Suitcase’ Workshop, Robert Blake Science College, Bridgewater, Somerset

30 Year 11 students from the Somerset specialist science college enjoyed a workshop on Infra-Red and UV Visible Spectroscopy led by Postgraduate Chemists Ikenna Ndukwe and James Fothergill. The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) project is funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). More information about SIAS can be found on their website.

November

28 November: ‘Gases in the Air’ Lecture Demonstration, Butler College, Butler, Western Australia

Tim Harrison gave a performance of the popular lecture demonstration ‘Gases in the Air’ to 160 Year 8 students at this brand new state school just north of Perth in what is hoped will be the first of several visits in coming years.

The visit was aided by Magda Wajrak of Edith Cowan University (ECU).

The event was co-sponsored by Edith Cowan University (ECU) and a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol. School article.

26 November: Marlborough College, Open Laboratory Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

76 Year 11 students from Marlborough College (Wilts) spent the morning in the Undergraduate Teaching laboratories with Sara Glover extracting caffeine from tea bags. The students then analysed their products with either infra-red spectroscopy or via sublimation point.

The postgraduate Chemists assisting the students with their practical work were: Ash Griffith, Claudio Greco, Rebecca Ingle, Ikenna Ndukwe, Benoit Quignon, Tom Carvell, Mark Lunt and Marisol Correa Ascencio.

25 November: SIAS Visit, Gordano School, Portishead, Somerset

Bristol Chemists Rebecca Ingles and Sewa Abdullah gave two Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) presentations to around 20Year 12 students at this newly opened college. For more information about the Royal Society of Chemistry’s (RSC) SIAS project please visit the project website here.

19 November: SIAS Visit, North Somerset Enterprise and Technology College, Weston Super Mare, Somerset

Bristol Chemists Tim Shuttleworth and Sewa Abdullah gave two Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) presentations to a total of 34 Year 12 students at this newly opened college. For more information about the Royal Society of Chemistry’s (RSC) SIAS project please visit the project website here.

21 November: SIAS Visit, Caldicot School, Caldicot, Gwent

Bristol Chemists Tim Shuttleworth and Sewa Abdullah gave two Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) presentations to a total of 24 Year 12 students at this newly opened college. For more information about the Royal Society of Chemistry’s (RSC) SIAS project please visit the project website here.

19 November: Caffeine Extraction, Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

25 year 13 students from Churston Ferrers Grammar School (Devon) and 18 Year 12 students from 13 Commonweal School ( Swindon, Wilts) and 5 staff extracted caffeine from tea leaves in the morning and enjoyed talks and a lecture demonstration in the afternoon.

Postgraduate Chemist Steve Brown gave a talk on pharmaceutical Chemistry and Tim Harrison performed the lecture demonstration ‘A Pollutant’s Tale’.

The postgraduate Chemists assisting the students with their practical work were Ash Griffith, Claudio Greco, Tom Carvell and Rebecca Ingle.

17 November: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Sir Thomas Rich’s School, Gloucester

Postgraduate Chemists Ikenna Ndukwe and Richard Booth delivered 3 one hour Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) workshops to a total of 56 students in Year 13 at the Gloucestershire school.

The SIAS project makes available, free of charge, infra-red and uv-visible spectrometers, usually with postgraduate Chemists to deliver the session. For Spectroscopy in a Suitcase enquires please go to: http://www.rsc.org/sias.

15 November: Lecture Demonstration, Exeter School, Devon

Tim Harrison gave a Friday afternoon performance of the lecture demonstration ‘Gases in the Air’ to 100 year 7 students at the Devonian school. The lecture was sponsored by a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol.

12 November: Caffeine Extraction Workshop, Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

15 Year 11 students from Cheltenham Ladies College visited Bristol ChemLabS for a morning of practical work and an afternoon of talks and lecture demonstrations. The students extracted caffeine from tea leaves and had talks given by two postgraduate Chemists in the afternoon and a lecture demonstration performed by Tim Harrison.

10-15 November: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase Visit, Exeter School, Devon

Tim Harrison delivered the Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) kit to the school for a week’s loan of the equipment. During the week all 35 Year 13 students used the spectrometers to analyse their aspirin samples and to brush up on their spectroscopy knowledge.

The Royal Society of Chemistry SIAS project makes available, free of charge, infra-red and uv-visible spectrometers, usually with postgraduate Chemists to deliver the session.

12 November: CDT Chemistry Day for Invited Schools, Bristol ChemLabS

56 Year 12 students from four schools spent the day at Bristol ChemLabS as guests of the Centre for Doctoral training (CDT) in Synthesis for a wide range of activities including laboratory work and lectures. The students extracted caffeine form tea leaves in the morning and had talks from two CDT postgraduate Chemists Stephen Hill and Georgia Malcolm. A lecture demonstration was also performed by Tim Harrison in the afternoon.

The schools attending were: Hele’s School (Plymouth, Devon), Coombe Dean School (Plymouth, Devon), Reed’s Independent School (Cobham, Surrey), and the London Oratory School.

….. (students) were really inspired by their collective experience yesterday. The demonstrators were intuitive and they supported the learning in the lab in a very positive manner. The students gained a great deal from this exposure early in the L6 course. For many it was their first experience of a university (it is too early for open days for them) and it was formative. I would like to thank the post grads for their lectures in the afternoon. They had clearly done significant preparation and again the content was interesting and pertinent.’ Chemistry Teacher, Reed’s School

Thank you so much for yesterday- we all had an excellent day. It is just so important that we give our students the chance to have an experience such as you offered. Our students have the ability to do really well, to raise aspirations is so important.’ Chemistry teacher, Coombe Dean School

The postgraduate Chemists assisting the students in their practical work were: Katy Cox, Chris Dias, Matthew Everett, Rosie Falconer, Nick Lees, Thomas Nunns, James Smith, Rob Tromans and Will Yu.

The visit will be sponsored by Bristol Synthesis Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT).

11 November: Chemistry at Work Event, The John of Gaunt School, Trowbridge, Wilts

Alison Rivett performed a lecture demonstration to kick start this RSC sponsored event for Year 9 students. Around 125 students from 5 schools were present. The day was being organised through the GO Catalyst organisation.

10 November: Perfume Workshop, Maltese School’s National Science Award Winners, Bristol ChemLabS

A total of 8 Key Stage 4 students from two schools in Malta, along with 4 members of staff, spent the morning in the School of Chemistry designing individual fragrances and enjoying a tour of the department. Maltese PhD Chemist Thomas Farrugia gave a brief description of his work with enzymes and also led part of the tour. The Maltese schools represented were St. Clare’s College (Pembroke) and St. Joseph School (Sliema).

Preeti Kaur and Sarah Glover both presented at, and were part of the original judging team for students’ work, at the 2014 National Student Travel Foundation (NSTF) Science Expo Week in Malta.

The visit was sponsored by a portfolio of NERC grants held the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol.

06 November: Lecture Demonstration, Marlborough College, Wilts

Tim Harrison presented the lecture demonstration ‘Gases in the Air’ to 180 Year 9 students from the college and to 75 other students from local schools and prep schools at this Chemistry afternoon. The event was sponsored by a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol.

05 November: Caffeine Extraction Day, Open Laboratories Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

17 Year 12 students from Wycliffe College (Gloucs), 14 Year 12 students from Blundell’s School (Devon) and 43 Year 11 students from Colefox School (Dorset) spent the morning in The Undergraduate Teaching laboratories extracting caffeine from tea leaves. The afternoon of talks saw Thomas Farrugia talk on aspects of his research into proteins/enzymes and the lecture demonstration ‘A Chemical Delight’ was enjoyed by all.

 Several Postgraduate Chemists assisted the students in their practical work.

4 November: Widening Participation, Lecture Demonstration, Bristol ChemLabS

Tim Harrison performed the lecture demonstration ‘Gases in the Air’ for 40 Year 8 students visiting the university as part of a Widening Participation sponsored event. The students were from the Abraham Darby Academy, Telford (Shropshire).

October

22 October: Access to Bristol Science Stream, Bristol ChemLabS

24 Post 16 students from several schools in the greater Bristol area on the Access to Bristol Science Stream course spent the afternoon extracting caffeine from tea leaves. It formed the first part of a two event chemistry experience for the students. The Bristol ChemLabS Outreach worked with the Widening Participation Office of the University of Bristol in providing this course.

21 October: STEM Course for G and T Year 9 Students, Wellington College

Tim Harrison made his annual visit to the well-known independent school to deliver a morning performance of ‘A Pollutants Tale’ to launch a multi-subject programme ‘Future Pathways Challenge’ for students from several state schools in the area. 100 Year 9 students saw the lecture demonstration.

The students attending were from schools in Surrey Heath and Wokingham.

Surrey Heath Schools: Kings International and Winston Churchill.

Wokingham schools: The Forest School, The Holt School, The Piggott, St Crispins and Waingels College.

21 October: Lecture Demonstration for Visiting School

Tim Harrison delivered an afternoon performance of ‘A Pollutants Tale’ to a party visiting the University of Bristol from Coventry. 45 Year 7 students from President Kennedy School were in the audience along with several of their teachers. Half of the group who attended were in a tutor group called University of Bristol! The lecture demonstration in the visit was sponsored by the University of Bristol’s Widening Participation Office.

20 October: Lecture Demonstration, Thomas Hardye School, Dorset

Tim Harrison performed the lecture demonstration ‘Gases in the Air’ to 230 Year 9 students at this specialist academy.

This visit was sponsored by a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol.

17 October: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase, Chew Valley School, Chew Magna

Richard Booth and James Fothergill from Bristol ChemLabS worked with a total of 25 senior students during two sessions at the school delivering presentations and workshops on Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) as part of the RSC’s national project. More information about SIAS can be found here.

13 – 17 October: British Council (France) Fun Chemistry Workshops, Académie de Guadeloupe, Caribbean

115 state school students aged between 15 and 17, spent a day at the Departement de Chimie des Matériaux within the Université des Antilles et de la Guyane at Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadaloup, Caribbean) engaged in ‘Fun Chemistry Workshops’. The event was part of the British Council (France) as part of their Science in Schools program of events for French school students.

Bristol ChemLabS thanks the British Council (France) representatives and the departmental staff at department of Materials Science at the University of the Antilles for their considerable help and support during the week. The workshop comprised a morning lecture demonstration given by Tim Harrison, a circus of chemistry activities and talks given by the postgraduate chemists on their experiences of being a student and their research. Where time allowed Tim Harrison gave a second, informal lecture on the chemistry of perfumes or toothpaste according to requests by the teachers.

Schools attending; Lycee Raoul Georges Nicolo (Basse-Terre), Lycee Gerville Reache and Lpo Coeffin (Baie Mahault) who visited on to days. The Lycee Chevalier St Georges (Abymes) were sadly not able to attend due to the closure of all schools due to a severe tropical storm!

The Bristol ChemLabS Postgraduate Chemists assisting with the week of workshops and talks were Ben Mills and Laura Totterdell. Local Materials Science postgraduate Cassandra Hanson also spent a morning with one of the schools.

The event was sponsored by the British Council (France) and a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol.

09 October: ‘Space Chemistry’ Lecture Demonstrations, Technopop, Olympic Park, Stratford, London

Tim Harrison gave the inaugural performances of this lecture demonstration at the Technopop ‘Pop up Science Event’ to three audiences of students from Year 4 to Year 11. A total of more than 350 students and teachers saw the performances. The students came from a large number of mainly London schools.“…your presentation was amazing. Very exciting, educational and with fantastic space links.” Education and Skills Programme Manager, UK Space Agency.

The talk was part of the MissionX Train Like An Astronaut outreach project of the British Space Agency and organised by Heather MacRae of Venture Thinking for National Astronomy Week.

08 October: CHeMneT- RSC ChemNet Joint Afternoon Lectures, Bristol ChemLabS

Two Post 16 students from the Lake District and London (and a dad) attended an existing audience of 15 Year 11 students from Blundell’s School (Devon) for a short presentation by a Postgraduate Chemist Thomas Farrugia entitled ‘Protein Power’. A lecture demonstration was also given by Tim Harrison, (Bristol).

Places, free of charge to student members of the RSC’s ChemNet, were booked through the RSC’s coordinator south-west on Beth.Anderson@bristol.ac.uk.

08 October: Open Laboratory Programme, Bristol ChemLabS

Approximately 39 Year 13 students from Marlborough College spent the morning synthesising the solid anaesthetic benzocaine in the Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories. 15 Year 11 students from Blundell’s School (Devon) had fun extracting caffeine from tea leaves. The students were assisted in their practical work by Jessica Bonham, Amir Kaspar, Christopher Sandford, Ikenna Ndukwe and Michelle Montgomery.

02 October: Lecture Demonstrations, Ribston Hall High School, Gloucester

Tim Harrison gave an afternoon performance of 'Gases in the Air' for all 120 Year 7 students at the school. This was followed by the lecture demonstration ‘A Chemical Delight’ for the 50 members in Years 8 to 13 of the after school Science Club.

01 October: Chemistry Lectures, Caerleon Comprehensive School, Gwent

Tim Harrison gave a performance of the lecture demonstration ‘ A Pollutant’s Tale’ to 280 Year 9 students at the South Wales secondary school.

September

30 September: Chemistry Assemblies, Lliswerry High School, Newport, Gwent

Tim Harrison gave 2 performances of the lecture demonstration 'Gases in the Air' to a total of 240 Year 7 and 8 students at this Welsh state school as part of a widening participation project funded by the Science Faculty at the University of Bristol. 12 teachers also saw the lecture.

23 September: Lecture Demonstration, Cynffig Comprehensive School, Bridgend, South Wales

Tim Harrison delivered an after school performance of ' A Pollutant's Tale' to an audience of 90 gifted and talented Years 8, 9,10 and 11 students at this small Welsh state school.

“… we are a small school of just under 700 and have a high free school meals percentage of 30%. Without our poverty deprivation grant and the kindness and generosity of organisations like yourself, our pupils would not get the same experiences as pupils from more affluent areas. As we come from a socially deprived area in Wales, our students would never have the chance of expanding their academic horizons beyond the existing school curriculum.

This visit is sponsored by a portfolio of NERC grants held by the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group (ACRG) at the University of Bristol.

22 September: Spectroscopy in a Suitcase’ Workshop, Wycliffe School, Stroud, Gloucs.

12 Year 13 students from the Gloucestershire school , were joined by two Year 13 Chemists from Beaufort School (Gloucs.), for a workshop on Infra-Red and UV Visible spectroscopy led by Postgraduate Chemist Ikenna Ndukwe. Ike was assisted in the workshop by Tim Harrison. The Spectroscopy in a Suitcase (SIAS) project is funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). More information about SIAS can be found here.

09 -18 September: Annual Spectroscopy Tours, Bristol ChemLabS

The annual spectroscopy tours saw a total 249 students from 11 schools. After an introductory talk, 12 postgraduates guided the students through the School of Chemistry to see a range of talks regarding various spectroscopy techniques, including infra-red (IR), ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis), nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), mass spectrometry (MS), electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction.

Schools attending: Colyton Grammar School (50, Devon), Rendcomb College (8, Gloucestershire), Blundells School (15, Devon), Hartpury College (13, Gloucestershire ), St Brendan’s Sixth Form College (64, Bristol), Kingswood School (11, Bath), King’s College (28, Taunton), Malvern College (14, Worcestershire), Sir John Colfox School (7, Dorset), Sherborne Girls (22, Dorset) and Katherine Lady Berkeley School (17, Gloucestershire).

Feedback from students:

“Just to say a massive thank you to Tim and all the rest of the staff who made Thursday possible, it was hugely interesting and I personally feel that it really helped to further my understanding of the course. In particular, it was fantastic to see the SEM and TEM and I found their ability to depict the individual rows of atoms in a lattice structure of a gold micro-particle absolutely incredible. Overall I found the day really good fun and also very helpful to develop me as a chemist.”

“I would like to say a big thank you to all the staff who gave up their time to show us round and talk to us about the equipment that was shown to us. I found the trip very interesting and it has helped me link what we learn in our syllabus to the applications of these techniques in real life situations. The facts and prices about/of the machines showed both shocked and intrigued me, in the future I hope to learn more about these and hopefully visit Bristol University again to visit the ChemLabS.”

“I would just like to pass on a word of thanks, to all those who took their time to show us the various form of spectroscopy. It was a highly interesting experience proving highly enjoyable.”

Demonstrators involved included:

Thomas Farrugia, Benoit Quignon, Kelly Bass, Rosemary Silvester, Tim Harrison and Daniela Plana Postgraduate Chemists acting as guides included: Ikenna Ndukwe, Gary Bradshaw, Godira Tatolo, Rebeca Ingle, Risa Nofiani, Amir Kaspar, Steph Flynn, Jessica Bonham, Ángel Sánchez, Alice Charteris and Marisol Correa Ascencio.

The tours were supported by the Bristol and District branch of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

12 September: Lecture Demonstrations, Corsham School, Wilts

Tim Harrison performed ‘A Pollutant’s Tale’ to 220 Year 11 students before giving a second lecture demonstration of ‘Gases in the Air’ to 210 Year 8 students and 15 Year 12 students during the two at the Wiltshire school


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